In 2011, I was bored (but well-paid) at a big corporate law firm in midtown Manhattan working as an assistant. It was meant to be a six-month transitional job between the end of my dance career in 2006 and whatever came next. Having no idea what was next, I was still sitting at the same desk five years later. Funny how that happens.
Staring out the 31st-floor window of that law firm, I thought, “I wish I had a job that brought together my interests, abilities, and knowledge.”
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